PERDIZ i — July/December 2016, #7

PERDIZ

PERDIZ is a magazine about people and the things that make them happy. A compilation of amazing stories from common people. A survival manual without magic formulae. A collection of beautiful things. A collectable object. It’s a game, a story with a happy-ending. And it’s also a virus that, like yawning in the Tube and laughter between friends, is catching. Happiness is contagious. Let the reading start.

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“Perdiz #7”

EUR 12.00 — Released 17 July 2016

The cover of our seventh issue, created by Danish artist Johan Rosenmunthe, speaks of balance and beauty – in visual composition as in life. This new issue comes complete with our classic Good News and some Smiles from a cheerleader advanced in years, a rodeo girl and a hairdresser who’ll trim your bob with Samurai swords and fire. We interview a group of activist nuns who grow weed to heal the world. We discuss death – that most fundamental of topics – and how reflecting on it led our protagonist, Joanna Ebenstein, director of the Morbid Anatomy Museum (NYC) to become a more positive person. If that wasn’t enough, our leading photography feature is a killer, covering that very human obsession of seeking better worlds somewhere out there in the universe. And another must-read explains why roller-derby players ignore the normal negative connotations of injury and are proud as punch of their bruises.


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